The infamously bumbling Mayor of London […]
I’m convinced. Great work, Steve! :D
Please spend 48 minutes and 40 seconds to watch them carefully, and share with others.
To keep it fresh in your mind, I’d also suggest rewatching on a regular basis (monthly, perhaps).
Below is a YouTube playlist I’ve had saved, “Don’t Talk to Cops” so you can watch them consecutively. Feel free to subscribe (to save you from the need to do the same).
(1) Mr. James Duane, a professor at Regent Law School and a former defense attorney, tells you why you should never agree to be interviewed by the police.
(2) An experienced police officer tells you why you should never agree to be interviewed by the police.
I enjoyed a tasty sushi (and teriyaki chicken) dinner with Taylor and Josh at Big Sky Sushi in San Dimas. Afterwards, I brought up an idea to make a super short slo–mo video with my iPhone 5s. Josh humored me:
My main operating system experiences goes from versions Windows 3.1 through Windows 7. After that, I essentially switched to Mac. I’d like to buy my mom a laptop, but after watching this video review, I’m extremely hesitant.
From the net_work page at Black20:
Forget what you know about sitcoms. Forget what you know about the way stories are supposed to go. net_work is office comedy for a new generation.
It’s two Internet video producers and the strange world that surrounds them. It’s business unusual.
The only two things you can expect of net_work are: Mike will be Mike, and Michael will be Michael.
One of my early favorites is “Separates,” which was back in Season 1. (They’re currently in Season 4.)
You’re welcome. :)
Thanks to Hal Bergman, there’s video of the encounter with the security team at the US Bank Tower. Shawn (Discarted) edited the video and just blogged about it this morning. Consider it part two, which include the put downs, plus an attempt to teach one of the security guards by Angelo [of Hollywood].
Update 1/21/2009 3:35pm — Thanks to Thomas Hawk for blogging about this!
Update 1/21/2009 3:50pm — Thanks to blogdowntown for blogging about this, too. See “Photographers’ Rights Protest Makes For Good Theatre.”
Watch Now is a bonus feature for Netflix subscribers.